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and florida looks beautiful. florida looks beautiful. >> anchor: donald trump touting his poll numbers to a crowd in new hampshire saying he will have the votes to win on tuesday. he's been crunching some of those numbers. he says he's got the advantage. who does? >> reporter: in the electoral college hillary clinton has the advantage. there's a reason that donald trump is bragging about rising numbers in new hampshire because the fox decision desk state from leans clinton to a toss up. if trump does win there it increases the chances of an electoral college tie which sends it to the republican house which will likely give it to donald trump. it stills favors hillary clinton. so yes she has the inside track at this point. trump has to flip one or two of
then the swing states in order to win. that's the state here of florida. and the early vote totals suggested this one florida is going to be very very close as it always is. there is a big surge in early voting and equal number of republicans and democrats have already voted. looking at 5 million votes that have come in. that means that more than half of the florida already cynthia, been cast. >> anchor: fox news we are told is classifying a report into the fbi investigation into the clinton foundation. what are we hearing what does it mean in the big picture? >> reporter: this week he quoted fbi sources saying an indictment is likely in the investigation of the clinton foundation. well, today, bear said that was
quote likely. he said the fbi will continue to build its case. that's how it works. he also classify clarified of clinton private email server being hacked by foreign intelligence. they're under the assumption the server has been hacked there are no digital fingerprints of it. the bureau did evidence that hillary clinton's email system was successfully hacked. hillary clinton has repeatedly said the fbi investigation will not turn up anything new. it appears to have affected her poll numbers into the weekend before election day. here they're separated by less than 2 points. 46.6 to 45. there was some natural tightening ahead of the natural developments of the fbi.
biter in the state of florida. time and time again the road to the white house leads through florida. >> anchor: it wouldn't be an election without it being a nail biter in florida would it, craig? >> nope. >> anchor: donald trump will be in tampa tomorrow morning. holding a rally at the florida state fair grounds. doors open at 7 a.m. and the rally is set to begin at 10 a.m. rocker john bon jovy is holding a free concert tomorrow. this is at the theater in saint pete. people must register on clinton's website. and those are on a first come first serve basis. amendment 1 will stay on the ballot. that word from flat flasupreme court this afternoon. the justices rejected an effort to remove the solar amendment from the ballot. saying the amendments language was confusing and deceptive.
proponent of amendment 1 was recorded the measure was written to appear pro solar. the amendment needs 60 percent of the votes to pass. we are a couple of days from the end of early voting in the bay area. election officials are encouraging people not to wait until tuesday. something could pop up and keep you from getting there. >> tuesday's the last day to vote. if you sick somebody you have to take care of is sick don't shut it out. we have until today to 7 p.m. friday and saturday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. >> anchor: people seem to be taking that advice. 41% of active voters in florida have voted by mail or early voting stations. ; anchor: 2 police officers have
in the park chester area of the bronx. both officers have been rushed to the hospital. no extent on the word of their injuries. the suspect was also shot and taken to the hospital. and they say the officers were responding to a robbery in progress at the time of the shooting. >> anchor: a construction workener downtown saint pete caught fire after coming in contact with an electric line. dan mad ox heard the explosion as it happened. how is the worker? >> i upon ran outside to see what was going on. that worker was taking a metal gutter going up a ladder when that gutter came in contact with the power line. my neighbor recorded the video the moment it happened. take a listen. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: we are told that that worker right now in serious condition. a witness tells me he was going
gutter and when he turned around he struck that power line. i talk to the man's coworker who saw this. the current caused that man to catch on fire. >> as soon as he turned and it touched that wire i seen him get blew off. it blew all his clothes off. he was on fire. going to need a lot of prayer. going to need a lot of prayer. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: you can see this video here when he was being taken away on a stretcher. saint pete police tell us he is in serious condition. this ordeal caused power in downtown saint petersburg to be shut off. we're told that that has now been restored. linda. >> anchor: hope for the best for that man. thank you. >> anchor: we have a news alert out of south carolina. investigators found a body on
storage container. the suspect made his first court appearance. calling todd coalhep a dangerous man. there may be up to 3 more bodies on his property. with what sounds like a more and more disturbing story. >> reporter: this is a wild one. the woman says that she saw him shoot and kill her boyfriend. we don't know found today is that of her boyfriend or someone else kill bide that man. the judge did not give him bond because more serious charges are likely coming. yesterday detectives served a search warrant on his property in woodrough south carolina. a woman chained by her neck and ankles inside a pad locked metal storage container.
the property including that of her boyfriend. today detectives found a shallow body in a grave. the coroner hasn't identified it yet. the sheriff spoke at a news conference about an hour ago. >> my heart breaks for the families of whomever this person belongs to. it's bad to have a missing person or somebody that's gone missing you have no idea why. and now this. the storage container kayla brown is recovering at a hospital. coalhelp gave her food and water during the weeks of captivity. a spokesperson for carver's family says this wasn't a random kidnapping. carver met coalhep online and they became casual friends. coalhelp is a registered sex
after his release he established a new life as a real estate agent in south carolina. the sheriff says he owns a number of properties. naturally they're wondering what they might find on those properties. they're wondering if there could be other victims. they have reopened all missing person cases in south carolina. >> anchor: very disturbing, kris. >> anchor: the driver who severely injured a woman and kied fox 13's ken swaurez at the courthouse where that hearing just finished up. what happened? >> reporter: after what did happen at the courthouse a little while ago it looks like charles lewis is not going anywhere anytime soon. she's requiring that he wear a gps monitor. he won't be able to take off. facing 2 felonies and accused of
jessica otaro was killed when lewis slammed into them in the median of state road 60. lewis told investigators he was sorry. >> that saying that he was sorry. it's too late. there's nothing he can say that is going to ease our pain. >> reporter: now lewis was at a halloween the coop the night of the crash. 250 people partying there. he told investigators he only had 4 drinks. we'll tell you what they told us coming up at 6:00. ken swaurez fox 13 news. ; when a manatee county man had a heart attack he was lucky to have 2 little heroes there. they may be young but they knew exactly what to do.
and connor fitzpatrick the wonder twins. >> i'm very proud. >> reporter: they're a hero to their mom and grandpa. >> my grandfather had chest pain and jaw pain. he was sweating a lot. he had a shallow. he was breathing shallow. >> reporter: he was having a heart attack. their grandpa dialed 911 and hand it over to eli. >> really worried. >> i was about to cry on the phone. >> reporter: told the dispatcher >> my grandfather's heart doesn't feel good. >> reporter: the dispatcher talked them through it. >> you're doing a great job. is your grandpa still breathing okay. >> grandpa are you breathing okay. >> yep. >> reporter: the paramedics were ready. >> i directed the people in the ambulance to come inside. >> reporter: rushing grandpa to the er.
they did a great job answering the questions. it was a touching call. you could tell they were nervous. >> reporter: their mother is also a 911 dispatcher. >> aye been doing this 17 years. we've been talking about 911 and what questions they're going to ask them. >> reporter: a month after making that call grandpa is back at home. >> my 2 heroes. kimberly fox 13 news. >> anchor: you you see that right there. they got awards from the manatee county paramedics for bravery and care packages from the people who responded to the call. how good was that? >> anchor: they're going to be first responders one day. >> anchor: breathing shallow. their mom has taught them well. they know the vernacular. >> anchor: a jilted boyfriend
exgirlfriend. what deputies said he did with her nude pictures. ; you have to hear this story. a bizarre
run in at a nursing home. what caused carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate.
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residents at a nursing home terrified and got hurt as well. >> anchor: at least 3 people had to be sent to the hospital. >> my word. >> reporter: 89-year-old philis thrush was enjoying the swings behind her building and then. >> all of a sudden a squirrel came up and on the arm of the chair or where -- the swing and then he jumped up on my arm and then on my shoulder and then on the top >> reporter: panicked she ran inside. >> the squirrel went in with me in the exercise room where other women were and they were all screaming and hollering and trying to get the squirrel out of the room. it was a mess [laughing]. >> reporter: and it got worse. the squirrel bit another resident and a staffer trying to help. another staffer made a frantic call to 911. >> we need care for people here.
people are bleeding. >> reporter: philis says the squirrel seriously scratched up her arm with its claws. doctors gave her antibiotics and patched her up. >> they had to put medication on it and wrap it. because i don't want disease in there. >> reporter: the last time a squirrel was diagnosed with rabies was more than 40 years ago. they do carry bacteria like salmonella. >> they're going to they can have bacteria on claws from feces and urine. >> reporter: usually only when the animal feels cornered. >> the squirrel then also panicked. it's thought process is going to be fight or flight. it chose to fight. therefore attack everyone until it was able to escape. >> reporter: philis says she feels fine now.
>> i don't want to see other squirrels. >> now your sky tower radar forecast. >> reporter: happy friday folks. beautiful day outside. lots of sunshine. currently at 82 degrees. watching a cold front that will move down the state tonight. don't forget a couple more nights left of light in the evening. sun set tonight at 6:43. 642 tomorrow night. and then on sunday we move the clocks back an hour. you usually do it before you go to bed saturday night. monday morning you have extra daylight early in the day and less daylight in the evening. highs today 85. did it in tampa as our long stretch of above average temperatures continue. at 80 maybe a couple of degrees above 80 most of next week.
heading our way. noticeably less humid over the weekend. the weekend looks good. as far as chilly nights go i don't see that in the predictable future as well. you can see leading edge of the cold front moving down the peninsula. kind of this wedge of gray. then behind that lots of red indicating dry air that will move down the peninsula tonight and tomorrow. as i said the good. the issue for tomorrow is winds will be gusty from time to time so not a great boating day coming up on saturday. i think better boating conditions coming up on sunday. right now in the southeast you can tell when the cold front goes by it's not going to turn cold. 82 in tampa. 88 in tallahassee. 79 in atlanta. and nashville is 72. obviously the air mass behind
it is dryer. it is less humid. that by itself means a front is on the way. this is a 24 hour temperature change. believe it or not it's cooler now than it was on 5:00 yesterday on thursday afternoon. it does indicate there is a drop in temperature behind the front. very nice afternoon on the way. tampa 82. saint pete 78. plant city 72. new port ritchie 78. upper 70s and low 80s along the southern counties. inland the mercury sitting in the low 80s. the weekend looks fantastic. low 80s both days. breezy tomorrow. sunshine lower humidity and great weather to be outside. right now 82. the dew point 67. with a northwest wind at 8. the cold front is moving through the panhandle. and then behind the front dryer
besides that it's a very quiet and trank quill weather picture across most of the country. i looked ahead to tuesday to election day don't see big weather trouble coast to coast. i don't think weather will be a problem heading to the polls. not in our state. the weather looks great on tuesday. behind the front a big parade in chicago. 75 in columbia south carolina. new and 61. tonight looks like a good night. mostly clear and mild. down to 66. the weekend looks good. sunshine tomorrow. bit breezy. lower humidity. high temperatures near 80. and the forecast for sunday is good too with a mixture of sun and clouds and very nice in the low 80s. guffy northwest winds to northeast winds. high tide at 7:00 tonight. and your 7 day forecast still dry.
ahead. no sign of rain the next 7 days with day time highs locked in in the low 80s. back to you. >> anchor: the cross bay ferry is making its first public trip across tampa bay. the ferry will run fridays saturdays and sundays for the next couple of weeks. and ramp up to a 7 day service sometime after thanksgiving. look at that picture as it takes off. but nice. that is so cool. do that one of these days. >> anchor: let's do. >> anchor: do the show from the ferry. >> anchor: good idea. >> anchor: good idea. >> anchor: what the hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you?
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(cynthia vo) we have a consumer alert >> anchor: so we have a consumer alert. 3 machines recalled. after several people actually got hurt by their washing machines. we actually talked about this.
these are top loaders right. this is around the same time that the galaxy note 7 got recalled. 2 completely different things. >> reporter: different things but same company that keeps getting these issues. bad time to be samsung. with these top loading washing
the tops can detach during use. 7 injuries reported including a broken jaw. the recall affects 34 samsung top loading models. we put more information on our website fox13news.com. >> anchor: hard to think about getting hurt by your washing machine. seriously. >> reporter: you see that video and think better take action. >> aho wondering what happened to their sunday paper. the tampa bay times has an explanation. >> reporter: tampa bay times readers have been missing deliveries over the past couple of weeks. we asked the paper if it had to do with layoffs. they said no. told us they're in the 5th week of a 6 week process to consolidate the tribune delivery areas with the times areas. their independent contractors
but to make matters worse they got a new digital phone system this week. they're having software issues. if you called to report issues you might not have been able to get through. they working diligently to fix all of the problems. also we began to get calls from viewers about not being able to get fox news channel. guide tv affecting a lot of channels not just fox. that should correct the problem. so your paper should be on track. your tv channel should be on track. be careful when you're doing the laundry. >> anchor: exactly. you don't want to miss anything now with the election stuff going on that's for sure. >> reporter: exactly. >> anchor: she covered it all. >> anchor: she did. >> anchor: dumped by his girlfriend police say he resorted to sextortion. what he did with her nude
jordan was our only child. >> anchor: they lost their son >> anchor: they lost their son amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1. for the sun. bob buesing... on the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man
hisex all over the internet. it's called revenge porn. more on this twisted case. >> i'm going to a [inaudible] to represent you. you're being held on suspicion of aggravated stalking. there is probable cause. >> reporter: accused of putting his exgirlfriend through a horrible ordeal after their relationship fell apart. along withds that led to people showing up to the hilton garden inn in lake mary where the victim works and asking to have sex with her. the victim told them she was terrified for her life with del gado continuously calling texting and following her. deputies caught del gado circling the parking lot at the hilton where the victim works.
$5,000. ordered him to stay away from hisex and said this. >> you're not allowed to possess any electronic devices that can be used to access the internet. do you understand. >> reporter: genita benitez fox 13 news. >> anchor: new at 5 a former polk county teacher accused of trying to get underage students to send him sexually photos. accused of approaching girls between june of 2014 and this past march. he alleged asked the girls for nude photos and asked one girl tom play strip yoga. and the state attornies office has been building its case since then. a teenager under arrest for allegedly breaking into the home of a tampa bay bucks player and
justin frazier broke into gerald mccoy's home. with mccoy senior suffering a fractured wrist. they caught him in the neighbor's house. he had a lot of stolen items on him. they 20002 realistic air soft pellet guns. >> anchor: guilty of plotting to create traffic jams for political pay back. christy's former chief of were convicted. to opinion a mayor who didn't endorse christy. christy said he had no knowledge of the lane closings and did not authorize them. he has not been charged. >> anchor: the man accused of leaving his toddler in a hot suv to die is not testifying. >> do you understand first of all that you have a right to remain silent and you have no
in this case. >> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: as the defense got ready to rest its case the suspense grew. will the man explain himself to the jury. his attorney said no. but judge mary staly clark wanted to hear from ross harris himself. >> do you also understand that you have a right to testify and it is personal to you and that it is an absolute right that you ve >> reporter: harris waived his consitutional right to testify. forensic computer experts told jurors harris did not create an anti-kid read it message. he also said harris did not search his devices for hot car child deaths. >> did harris search what temperature it takes for a child to die in a car.
>> reporter: edstockinger notifiedly anna of cooper's death. told police she and ross feared this would happen. >> we talked about it a lot. that's been one of our biggest fears. >> talk about accidentally leaving him in the car. >> always been a big fear of mine. always. >> anchor: closing arguments set for monday with each side getting up to 2 hours. a normal on the las vegas strip after a power outage overnight. the normally bright neon lights of vegas were dark after workers cut power lines to a las vegas resort. 3,000 guests and gammlers had to leave 20 hours after the black out. no one was hurt but many people had to be rescued from stuck elevators.
>> anchor: their son complained >> anchor: their son complained of headaches and nausea. this is mike's office. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i am patrick murphy. to get things done, you've got to show up.
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courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing attacks dana young. for things she never did. so we ask... mr. buesing, will you do anything to win? anything? to beat this woman. amoeba is a micro-organism that lives in fresh water. infections >> anchor: amoeba is a microorganism that lives in fresh water. infections happen when water travels up the nose. once it takes hold it's fatal in 97% of the cases. what all parents need to know. >> reporter: a fun family trip to costa rica. >> horse back riding a couple times.
>> reporter: ended in a tragedy steve smellski never envisioned. >> you never get over it. jordan was our only child. >> reporter: 2 days after returning home jordan began complaining of a headache and nausea. within a week he was dead. doctors thought he had a virus. then they discovered the real problem. amoeba were infecting jordan's brain. when did amoeba. >> 6 and a half hours before he passed away. >> reporter: and almost always fatal. todd mclaughlin is committed to saving lives. >> it's very frustrating. >> reporter: makes a drug called impevito. the drug must be given quickly for it to work. but only 2 states warehouse the
here in orlando and indiana. >> correct. >> reporter: that's it? >> that's it. >> reporter: 2 places. >> 2 places. >> reporter: it takes hours to ship in an emergency. >> nobody's in a rush until i get that phone call. wearing a seat belt after you're in a car accident. >> reporter: these pills saved sebastian deleon when he was diagnosised with a brain eating infection. >> i got the phone call around 3. had it 3:30. >> reporter: that fast. >> that fast. >> reporter: delivered the drug to orlando's florida hospital. >> i was in pajamas. >> reporter: offering the drug free to hospitals everywhere in the country. only charges if the drug's used. so far only 10 hospitals agreed to stock it. mclaughlin believes administrative red tape and lack
>> they say we haven't seen it. we don't need to worry about this. >> reporter: tragically the drug arrived 2 hours after jordan's death. >> education is the big thing for the physicians and clinicians. if they can't identify it early enough the patient doesn't have a chance. >> reporter: a father honors his son's memory by going to facebook with the jordan smellski foundation spreading the word around the world. >> as a parent we he was our purpose. after he passed away and started the foundation we began top realize he was still our purpose just in a different way. >> anchor: to raise awareness and money for the cause the foundation is sponsoring a walk at the trade winds isle resort in saint pete. >> anchor: so scott, it's friday and they are still partying in chicago. >> reporter: my goodness.
dana young. for things she never did. it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience. mom put her career on hold for us. to raise our family. she is a role model for everyone in our community. i'm proud of you mom, we both are. dana young for the florida senate. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home
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i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that
either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. today in pasco county - 16 children.. some of whom
>> anchor: so today in pasco county 16 children
some of them who waited entire lives for a forever family they got one. >> anchor: the county observes national adoption day in november. the kids and families were present to finalize adoptions some of them months even years in the making. judges and staff clear court calendars for these proceedings. making it a priority so these children can be part of new families in time for the holidays. >> no question in court's mind why you all are doing this wonderful thing opening up your hearts and home to these 3 wonderful children. give all of them a big round of applause. >> anchor: often they don't just adopt one they adopt an entire family. adoption organizations in our state work to raise awareness and encourage people to adopt. >> anchor: did you notice most of these adoptions are older kids too.
you know they've been in and out of foster homes and stuff. to have a home in time for the holidays is the best thing they could have. >> reporter: the judge crowded around the kids. ; anchor: i love that. good news. >> anchor: the weekend's here. >> reporter: looks good. the only issue that i have a couple of days ago it looked like it was going to be noticeably cooler. the second issue i have i can't get rid of my cold. going on too. >> reporter: if i'm not here next week. >> anchor: setting us up. >> reporter: in november. if this was march maybe. it's a struggle. it is. hang with me. beautiful day today. clear skies and patchy clouds way out in the distance. it looks good tonight. and even though it's not going to turn colder it's certainly not going to be muggy. and the nights will be very pleasant. i was out this morning early.
in between hours today i showed you the high was 85. in between the hourly data. we get temperatures at the top of the hour sometimes -- often the high temperature is not the hourly temperature and we hit 87 today in between that. look at the string here at the beginning of november. 87, 88, 86, 87 run being a half dozen degrees above the average. it was not a record today. if you were watching yesterday i sa data between now and the end of the year you're going to see a lot of the record highs last year. here's another one. it was 92 degrees on this date last year. we've got a ways to go. many more record highs that i showed you last year. last year was ridiculous. today 87. and the morning low 66 and it was 36 degrees on this day back in 1966.
clouds moving to the south. there is a cold front moving down the peninsula. the front produced a couple showers inland. if you're watching me in polk city maybe this gets close to you slides to the west of you. could see a quick shower. that's about it. right now temps are in the 70s and 80s. it is a very nice evening. if you have a chance tonight and tomorrow night get outside and enjoy the ex have. we lose an hour of daylight on your sunday evening walk. dew points in the 60s. winds pick up from the north and northwest which will be ushering in lower humidity up and down the peninsula. winds are northwest at 8. cold front is moving to the south. and then behind this cold front you look at temperatures not really that cold. you have a -- let's see it's in the 60s in chicago.
birmingham. columbia 75. lower humidity yes. cooler weather not so much. tonight mostly clear and comfortable. down to 66. we've got sunshine tomorrow. day time highs up to 82. and then more sunshine coming up on sunday. mix of sun and clouds and very nice. back up to 82. and if you're boating gusty northeast winds about 10 naughts. next tide suspect a high tide at 7:00. the 7 day forecast looks lots of sunshine. classify as it mild to cool nights with rarm afternoons. scott. >> reporter: cutter says that he is hopeful that evans will practice as soon as monday. meanwhile guard panfield's concussion may cause him to miss time. smith and jones appeared to have suffered season ending knee
night's loss that much worse. as kevin o'donnell tells us mike smith's d appears to be moving in the wrong direction. >> reporter: the bucks defense hits a new franchise low. historically it's the most the bucks have ever allowed in a 2 game span the 4th worst in nfl history. >> we have to be better than that. >> i think we've been missing a got to tighten up our coverage. we got to keep humming. can't do it for 1 half. got to do it for 2 halves. >> they finished 10th in 2015 and added upgrades to fill weaknesses. the results under mike smith has put the bucks among the worst defenses in the league. >> we just couldn't get off the field. we couldn't -- we tried a lot of
couldn't get a stop. >> reporter: this team is losing on the score board and at a loss of how top fix it. the bucks are searching for answers. >> right now we're not clicking. we need to take ownership as players and everybody needs to just go back to the drawing board and figure out what it is we need to do to be successful. >> we got to take these 3 days off soul searching individually. not by pointing fingers saying it's this or that. everybody has to look at themselves and see what they can do better. >> reporter: the outlook for the second half has some promise. of the remaining 8 games only 3 teams have winning records. fox 13 sports. >> reporter: sunday no bucks.
sunday followed by fox nfl kick off. and then the eagles and giants at 1:00. check out the 10s of thousands of cubs fans in chicago today. it was quite a scene. fans flooding into grant park hours before the parade got under way. kind of turn out you expect when you don't win a world series for 108 years. cubs fans came in from ev an estimated 5 million people covering a 7 mile stretch from grant park to wriggliville. the parade made their way down the streets of chicago rally. look at these fans. happy to be on hand here today. already scheduled the day off for the chicago public schools so kids didn't very to play hooky. this is an honorary holiday probably to be celebrated every
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pull back ahead of the . >> anchor: the stock market ended slightly lower as investors
pull back ahead of the the presidential election. the snp 500 fell 300 points. ; take a look at this huge water main break at a shopping center up there. 48 inch water main broke about an hour ago. cars as you can see flooded out. some of them submerged. they had rescue pele boats. no telling who was inside those stores. the 4th time in the last 2 years that a water main broke at a shopping center like this. all of a sudden it's a lake. a ross. thinking i'm dressing for less now they're coming in the boat to get me. >> anchor: glad to know no one was seriously injured. >> anchor: news is next. >> anchor: here are mark and kelly.
here is very confusing. >> anchor: they filed a lawsuit to have the results not count. how a florida supreme court ruled on that request late today and what justices said about it. >> anchor: new information tonight about the train that crashed into a new jersey station. what investigators are finding now as they look closer into a crash that killed one person. >> anchor: perhaps this weekend we very a few ideas for you. all news. amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... because it does solar the right way. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1. for the sun. this is mike's office. if he doesn't show up, he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up
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>> there's nothing he can say that is going to ease our pain. >> anchor: and he certainly caused plenty of pain. the man accused of killing 1 woman seriously injuring a deputy appears today in court. >> it was really a monkey. and he swung. he landed there. >> anchor: it is a monkey mystery sweeping across the bay ar. and a renewed search to find this elusive creature. >> it's our home. it's ours. >> anchor: homeless no more. a local veteran gets quite a thank you. >> from tampa bay's number 1 news station. this is the fox 13 6:00 news. >> anchor: welcome i'm kelly ring. >> anchor: glad to have you with us. welcome here on this friday.
driving drunk mowing down 2 people and then taking off. severely injuring the polk county deputy who was helping her on the side of the road. at the courthouse with the latest. ken, what happened? >> reporter: well i can tell you it took deputies about a week to track this guy down. now that they have him in custody we're learning more about him as a person and what with him. who according to the manager was a regular. but not a big drinker. >> normally how much would he drink. >> couple beers and he leaves. drops in. you know has a couple beers over an hour and a half or so and leaves. >> reporter: lewis told investigators he had 4 beers the night of a crash.